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by DTN
2011 May 27
Rich Porter thrives on ugly cattle. His order buyers in Georgia and Kentucky sit on their hands as their counterparts compete to outbid each other for the sleek, preconditioned calves that bring top dollar. Then Porters buyers scoop up the scrawny, malnourished and mismanaged bull calves that appear to have more value than they cost.
by WLJ
2011 May 27
As of May 22, 79 percent of corn has been planted in 18 states that account for 92 percent of corn production in the U.S. The 79 percent is near the average from 1980 through 2010. Two areas have low percent plantings: the eastern Corn Belt and the upper Midwest.
by WLJ
2011 May 27
Spring and early summer is harvest season for a majority of the nations fed cattle, and cattlemen and feeders are now reflecting on the carcass data from this years crop. Producers who utilize the Red Angus Feeder Calf Certification Program (FCCP) tag may submit their carcass data to be considered for the distinguished GridMaster award.
by DTN
2011 May 27
In response, the National Association of Conservation Districts (NACD) has encouraged USDA to release Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) lands for emergency haying and grazing. There are about 20 million acres enrolled in conservation practices that are eligible for emergency haying or grazing.
by WLJ
2011 May 27
SUPERIOR LIVESTOCK AUCTION May 20, Fort Worth, TX.
by WLJ
2011 May 20
An outbreak of a new, highly-contagious strain of Equine Herpes Virus, known as EHV-1 is causing concern among horse owners and veterinarians across North America. The disease is believed to have been spread by a horse from Canada, which was competing at the National Cutting Horse Association Western National
2011 May 20
For those who had hoped to submit a wild horse eco-sanctuary plan to the government, but ran out of time: do not despair. The Bureau of Land Management announced May 12 that it is giving applicants a few more weeks to put the finishing touches on their proposals for wild horse management facilities that also cater to
by WLJ
2011 May 20
Corn growers and ethanol producers last week trumpeted a new study on indirect land use change (ILUC), saying it settled the debate over whether or not increased ethanol production is resulting in land conversion for corn. The debate over whether acreage is being shifted from other uses to corn crop production is often cited as
by WLJ
2011 May 20
The order is in place through Sept. 30 and applies to a maximum 75 percent of a users CRP acreage. The 12 counties are Grant, Hamilton, Haskell, Kearny, Lane, Meade, Morton, Ness, Seward, Stafford, Stanton, and Stevens. WLJ.
by WLJ
2011 May 20
Representatives of Tyson Foods Inc. told investors at the BMO Capital Markets 2011 Farm to Market Conference that sales of chicken, beef and pork improved in the past two weeks as the weather turned warm. Donnie Smith, Tysons president and CEO, and Noel White, senior group vice president of Tyson Fresh Meats, were presenters at the conference.
by WLJ
2011 May 20
International trade continues to grow and play an increasingly important role in the U.S. cattle and beef market. At a time when domestic beef demand is still struggling, demand for U.S. beef in export markets continues to grow. The most recent monthly trade data show that beef exports in March jumped 47 percent compared to one year ago.
by WLJ
2011 May 20
Range scientists typically use a 1,000 pound cow with calf as the base definition of one animal unit and cattlemen often use 1,200 pounds to describe the mature body weight of their cows. However, the average mature weight of cows in the U.S. has changed in the last 20 years.
by WLJ
2011 May 20
Deere & Co. said last Wednesday its fiscal second-quarter profit soared 65 percent because of strong demand for its agricultural equipment, especially in the United States, Canada and Brazil.
by WLJ
2011 May 20
An uncollared young male wolf from the Imnaha pack was trapped and euthanized this week by Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife (ODFW) staff. The action occurred on private property with livestock operations, where wolves had killed livestock in late April 2011.
by WLJ
2011 May 20
According to the Texas Farm Bureau, escalating drug violence in Mexico is causing U.S. beef inspectors to move operations north of the Mexican border. In the past, inspections were completed before cattle crossed the border, but now the danger is too high for federal inspectors.
by WLJ
2011 May 20
That is why, in general, producers do not want to deal with calving difficulties any more than is absolutely necessary, especially in first-calf heifers. As we continue with breeding season, are you sure you are using calving ease sires where they are needed? Are you using the right tools to select a calving ease sire?.


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